2010 Men’s All-America
Soccer Team (Division I)
Forward: ADAM SHORE (RFr)
– UNC Greensboro (12-5-4) – from Summerfield, NC
MFer: LAURENCE BRAUDE (Fr) – Northeastern (12-5-4) – from Sydney, NSW, Australia
MFer: MATT BAHNER (Jr) – Cincinnati (7-5-7)
– from West Chester, OH
MFer: YARON BACHER (Sr) – Central Florida
(11-4-3) – from Atlanta, GA
MFer: JASON GORSKIE (Sr) – Pennsylvania
(12-5-0) – from Marlboro, NJ
D/M: STEVE BIRNBAUM (Soph)
– California (12-2-3) – from Irvine, CA
Defense: JAKE LEVIN (Jr)
– Pennsylvania (12-5-0) – from Columbia, MD
Defense: JUSTIN KAMINE (Sr) – Lafayette (8-7-3)
– from Oldwick, NJ
Defense: ASSAF SHELEG (Gr)
– St. Peters (13-5-1) – from Kibbutz Maabaret, Isr
Defense: DANIEL STERES (Jr) – San Diego State
(10-7-2) – from Calabasas, CA
GKer: ZAC MacMATH(Jr)
– Maryland (17-2-1)– from St. Petersburg, FL
GKer: BEN BERG (Sr) – Pennsylvania (12-5-0)
– from Whitefish Bay, WI
redshirt freshman, ADAM SHORE helped
lead the Spartans to the NCAA Tournament scoring 6 goals (one GWer) with one assist for 13 points (#3) while starting only
3/17 contests. He was named to the Southern Conference All-Freshman team.
freshman, LAURENCE BRAUDE exploded
right out of the chute for 3 goals (one GWer) with
2 assists for 8 points (#4) while starting 12/13 contests. He was named to
the Colonial Athletic Association All Rookie Team.
MATT BAHNER led the way for Cincinnati with 7
goals (3 GWers) and 6 assists for 20 points (#1)
while starting all 19 contests. He was named All-Big East, 2nd -team.
YARON BACHER of Central Florida accounted for one
goal and 5 assists for 7 points (#8) while starting all 18 contests. He was
named All Conference-USA, 2nd -team.
central back on California’s NCAA-bound strong defense, STEVE BIRNBAUM clicked on one foal
and 5v assists for 7 points while starting all 17 contests. He was named
All-PAC 10, honorable mention.
JAKE LEVIN did not score for Pennsylvania
while starting 13/13 contests. He was named All-Ivy League, honorable mention.
JUSTIN KAMINE made a strong offensive effort
for Lafayette from his defensive position notching 3 goals (2 GWers) with 2 assists for 8 points (#3) while starting
17/17 contests. He was named All-Patriot League, 1st-team.
ASSAF SCHELEG, a graduate student at NCAA-bound
St. Peters, distributed 2 assists for 2 points while starting 18/18 contests.
He was named Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference (MAAC), 1st-team
(3rd time) and its Defensive Player of the Year.
DANIEL STERES , a defenseman at San Diego State, footed in 3 goals (3 GWers and on just 11 shot attempts) while starting
18/18 contests. He was named All-PAC 10, 2nd-team.
ZAC MacMATH was in the net as the Terps made it to the NCAAs compiling a 0.59 GAA (best in
ACC) and an .829 save percentage while going 16-2-1
with 13 shutouts. He was named All-ACC, 1st-team.
the GKer duties is BEN BERG of Pennsylvania who limited the opposition to a 0.69
GAA and an .844 save percentage while finishing at
12-4-0 with 8 shutouts. He was named All-Ivy league, 2nd -team.
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